01:44PM, Saturday 07 July 2018
Golfers from Castle Royle GC and Maidenhead GC featured among the winners at Berks, Bucks & Oxon's (BB&O) club foursomes at Studley Wood.
David Langley and Tim Shin took the title back to Castle Royle for the second consecutive year with a two-round total of 143 (-3) which included a first round 66 (-7).
In second place, and just two shots behind on 145 (-1), was Melan Dhaubhadel and Shane Slatter, while in third on 146 (level) was Alfie Forisky and Adam Birdseye of Maidenhead who won the net competition with 142.
BB&O 1sts beat Bedfordshire 9.5-2.5 in a SE Group league match at Frilford Heath on Sunday.
Castle Royle’s David Langley with Olly Huggins of Frilford Heath won their morning foursomes 4&3, as did the pairing of Maidenhead’s Adam Birdseye and Frilford Heath’s Lee White.
George Gardner, of Castle Royle, and Goring’s Alexander Nicholls, were 2&1 winners.
In the singles Langley, Birdseye and Gardner were all winners, as was Dan Caton from Burnham Beeches.
Henrietta Watkins won the Burnham Beeches women’s club championship for the 13th time with a score of 166, three shots better than Catherine Smith and Aggie Bzinkowska.
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